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Stories from Friday, February 23, 2007

Possible animal abuse under control (02/23/07)
by Kristina Grossheim Staff Writer The Marshall County Sheriff's Department may have helped the health and welfare of 21 horses. The Sheriff's Office received a call that there may be possible animal abuse at Eagleville Pike, a location that has had issues on three previous occasions. After conferring with County Director of the Marshall County Extension Office Ricky Skillington, they decided to investigate the situation...
Mayor, former housing director square off (02/23/07)
At last Tuesday's Lewisburg City Council meeting, former Lewisburg Housing Authority Director Jerry Freeman requested an audience with the mayor and council to discuss what he claims to be "inflammatory and slanderous" remarks made about him by Mayor Bob Phillips. Freeman got that chance Tuesday in a special called meeting of the city council...
Admisssion heard in Valentine's Day death (02/23/07)
Acquaintance reveals widow's background
Marshall Memos (02/23/07)
The JAL Community Health & Fitness Fair will be held Saturday March 3, 2006 - 7am - 12noon at Columbia State (Lewisburg Site) .  There will be a Chamber Seminar Monday, March 5, 2007 noon, at CSCC (Lewisburg Campus). The speaker will be Sharon Johnson, from the State of Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Lunch will be catered.Tickets are $12.00 for members; $15.00 for non-members...
Local Meetings (02/23/07)
The Lewisburg Recreation Board will hold their regular scheduled monthly meeting Monday, February 26, 2007, 6:00 pm, at the Lewisburg Recreation Center, 1551 Mooresville Highway in the large meeting room. The Town of Cornersville will have a special called meeting Monday February 26, 2007 6:00 p.m at City Hall in Cornersville to consider approval of the first reading of an ordinance for the sale or the Cornersville Water System to the Lewisburg Water and Wastewater System...
Tigerettes March to District 10-AA Title (02/23/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Lauren March turned in a performance Tuesday night in the District 10-AA Tournament championship game versus Lewis County High School in Hohenwald that solidified her as one of the superior basketball talents in Middle Tennessee. The Tournament MVP, March scored 27 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and had two huge blocked shots in the fourth quarter in leading the Tigerettes to a 49-46 victory and the District 10-AA Title...
Forrest Lady Rockets win District 9-A Championship (02/23/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The defending State Champion Class A Forrest Lady Rockets moved one step closer in their title defense with a 53-45 victory Monday night versus a tough and determined MTCS Lady Cougar squad in the Championship game of the District 9-A Tournament at Cascade. The Lady Rockets will host the Houston County Lady Fighting Irish (17-11) on Friday night in a regional satellite game...
Joe Perryman (02/23/07)
Joe Perryman February 20, 2007 Mr. Joe Perryman, age 63 of Lewisburg, died Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at his son's home. Mr. Perryman was a native of Marshall County, Tennessee and son of the late George and Mamie Ketchum Perryman. He was the owner of E-Z Stripe Company and member of the Jehovah's Witness Church...
Eugene Cooper Lamb (02/23/07)
Eugene Cooper Lamb February 20, 2007 Mr. Eugene Cooper Lamb, age 79, of Murfreesboro, TN, formerly of the Rover community of Bedford Co., died Tuesday., February 20, 2007 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee . A native of Bedford Co., Mr. Lamb was the son of the late Basil Eugene and Christine Shearin Lamb. He attended Rover Baptist Church and was a retired farmer and dairyman. Mr. Lamb was preceded in death by a son, Anthony Dwight Lamb...
Russell Wayne Goodwon (02/23/07)
Russell Wayne Goodwon February 20, 2007 Mr. Russell Wayne Goodwon, age 58, of Shelbyville, TN died Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at his residence following an extended illness. A native of Upland, CA, Mr. Goodwon was the son of the late Samuel and LaYonne Puitt Goodwon. ...
Birth Announcement (02/23/07)
Teenage drivers just one reason we need trauma centers (02/23/07)
The results of a just-released national study serve as a chilling reminder that teenagers have a much higher risk of dying or suffering severe injuries in a traffic accident than do older, more experienced drivers. The study, conducted by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and State Farm Insurance Co., found that while an overwhelming majority of teens say they rarely or never drive after drinking or using drugs, it's quite common for them to operate vehicles while talking on cell phones, text-messaging, playing hand-held games or being distracted by their teenage passengers.. ...
Tennesseans invited to join Minutemen in protecting borders (02/23/07)